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Generals Teaching College Courses in the Ivy League?

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Published on May 14, 2012

Generals and Admirals are becoming more and more common in college classrooms throughout the Ivy League. Where previously there was a great deal of anti-war sentiment, college students are becoming increasingly curious about learning military strategy and history from those who have actually taken part in war. John Iadarola discusses on TYT University.

Would you want to take a course taught by an Admiral or General? Would it bother you if they had been involved in military events you disagreed with? Should universities even be doing this?

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